Écoles Publiques de Revere

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Les Écoles Publiques de Revere[1] (Revere Public Schools, RPS) est un district scolaire du Massachusetts, aux États-Unis. Le district a son siège à Revere[2]

Écoles[modifier | modifier le code]


  • École Secondaire Revere


  • Susan B. Anthony School for the Arts
  • Garfield Middle School
  • Rumney Marsh Academy


  • Beachmont Veterans Memorial Elementary School
  • Abraham Lincoln Elementary School
  • William McKinley Elementary School
  • Paul Revere Elementary School
  • A. C. Whelan Elementary School


  • SeaCoast School

Notes[modifier | modifier le code]

  1. http://www.revereps.mec.edu/handbooks/french/FR%20Handbook%20ELM%202012.doc
  2. « Directory Profiles - Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education » (consulté le 4 décembre 2013)

Liens externes[modifier | modifier le code]

  • École Publiques de Revere (en)
  • Cullen, Kevin. "Raising hope at Revere High" (Archive). Boston Globe. 29 Mai 2014.
  • Congressional Record, V. 144, Pt. 5, April 21, 1998 to April 30 1998. Government Printing Office, 2004. p. 6146.
    • "And this is the Revere public schools. That is a blue-collar area in Massachusetts. It has increased by 25 percent the enrollment over the past 5 years in the elementary schools. Revere recently passed a $2.2 million referendum to repair roofs ..."
  • "REVERE SCHOOLS TO BE REBUILT FOR $83.5M" - Laidler, John; Boston Globe; (Feb 11, 2001), p. 1 (voir: https://secure.pqarchiver.com/boston/advancedsearch.html -> "Search for:" -> "Revere schools"
  • "Parents fight birth control accessibility at Revere High" - Laidler, John; Boston Globe; (Aug 20, 2009), p. 7
  • "Revere keeps school contraception policy" Burge, Kathleen; Rosenberg, Steven; Boston Globe; (Nov 4, 2009), p. B.5
  • "REVERE'S SCHOOL UNION SAYS IT'S NOT TO BLAME" Boston Globe; (Mar 27, 2005), p. 7
  • Mulligan, Paul Vincent. "Audio-visual Education in the Revere Public Schools." Boston University, 1946. (en)